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." >> the great antebellum homes of historic savannah, georgia, evoke memories of genteel southern life. yet, these stately structures came very close to being destroyed not once, but twice. the first time was during the civil war. after burning atlanta, general sherman began his famous march to the sea. the story goes that when he reached savannah, sherman was so taken by the city's beauty, he spared it. the second time these homes came close to destruction was during the 1900s. developers began tearing them down for parking lots and new buildings. but seven women banded together and formed the historic savannah foundation. not only did it save the homes, it helped create one of the largest national-landmark districts in the nation. savannah was georgia's first city. it was founded in 1733 by james oglethorpe for king george ii of england. oglethorpe was a visionary. he designed america's first planned city around 24 large, open squares with their giant oaks and hanging spanish moss, but he was also a realist. the general made the streets between the squares wide enough to accommodate an ar
who assaulted her and the justice system that failed her. savannah dietrich was assaulted while she was unconscious. the two boys who assaulted her were offered community service. she was threatened with possible jail time for tweeting the names of the boys who assaulted her. it is a story of twists and tushes. at the center, a victim who refuses to stay silent. >> reporter: it happened inside this home in louisville, kentucky. savannah detrick was 16 at the time. >> i was unconscious on the kitchen floor. >> she had been drinking heavily with a group of friends and passed out. >> i woke up and my bra was shifted. >> savannah knew something happened, but didn't know exactly what until four months later, when she learned from friends that the boy has a camera that night. >> when i was passed out, they took off my clothes and my bra and they took pictures and then they took off my underwear and took pictures of them penetrating me with their fingers. >> reporter: the pictures would prove to be damning. the 16-year-old boys went to court accused of felony sexual assault. the attorney f
-universal television >>> good evening, i'm savannah guthrie, in tonight for brian. and in matters of war and peace we hear a lot about the lines that cannot be crossed. and today, we heard another. the red line, the point at which iran is believed to have what it needs to make a nuclear bomb, and what anybody can do to stop it. tonight, with the world watching at the u.n., benjamin netanhahu drew the line, with a simple tool, a red marker. we begin with our chief foreign affairs correspondent, andrea mitchell. >> reporter: benjamin netanyahu armed himself with a simple cartoon, to arm himself with what he says that iran has to developing a nuclear weapon. a day after iran's president mahmoud ahmadinejad from the same podium called israel uncivilized. they say that iran is close to getting ready for a nuclear bomb and has to be stopped within months. >> if these are the facts, and they are, where should a red line be drawn? a red line should be drawn right here. >> reporter: president obama told the u.n. this week he believes there is a way to avoid military action. >> america wants to resolve this is
" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on this friday morning. i'm savannah guthrie. >> and i'm willie geist in this morning for matt. savannah, i'm struck by the progression of "call me, maybe." from cookie monster to now a classical orchestra >> we've got al. doesn't it just put you in an elevated mood? >> he does. calling for more strings. >> they can't see you, al, but that's okay. >> they can't? >> no. but later maybe we'll let you conduct. see that live. the whole performance. very exciting. beats the heavy metal version, that's for sure. meantime, we'll talk about politics at the top of our show. things getting pretty testy on the campaign trail. at a forum in miami president obama acknowledged he couldn't change washington from the inside and mitt romney was quick to pounce saying the president was throwing in the white flag of surrender on getting things done. we'll get reaction from a senior adviser to the president's campaign re-election team coming up. >> iphone fans flocking to apple stores across t
-universal television >>> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. i'm savannah guthrie. >> and i'm willie geist in for matt on assignment. a lot of unanswers questions about that deadly shooting. >> it happened in a sign-making business. the shooter is dead from an apparent self-inflicted wound. we are going to get the latest on this story in a live report straight ahead. >>> also, a lock ahead to next week's first presidential debate. will it be make or break for mitt romney? we've got our political dream team of brokaw, gregory and todd all here to weigh in this morning. >>> all right. and then on thursday you'll remember david goggins kicked off his "guinness world record" attempts to do most powellups in 24 hours. well, there's been a significant develop overnight, and we will talk to david about it coming up. >>> but we want to begin with that deadly shooting at a business in minneapolis. nbc's kevin tibbles is there. kevin, good morning to you. >> rep
, something everybody can hear about. nightly news begins now. >>> good evening, i'm savannah guthrie, in tonight for brian. it has been more than two weeks since the u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans were killed at the u.s. consulate in benghazi. tonight, a rare reversal, tonight, the intelligence officials say they originally got it wrong. patience is slow with the investigation, and shifting explanations from the administration. tonight, members of congress from both parties are demanding answers, and on the ground in libya, the american officials sent to piece this case together can't even get to the scene of the attack. we begin tonight with our justice correspondent, pete williams in washington, good evening. >> reporter: savannah, it is a very unusual statement, the top officials admitted today that the attacks that were spontaneous were wrong, but getting answers to exactly what did happen has not been that easy. the u.s. understanding of what happened in libya said a spokesperson for the director of national intelligence continues to evolve. tonight, the dni
america! >> first lady michelle obama. savannah and i have relocated to the floor. savannah, that was personal, that was emotional, this crowd was silent. they love her. one of the political writers today said her job was to make the country fall in love with her husband all over again. >> telling this deeply personal story about how much she loves her husband she is trying to remind voters why they like her husband. in 2008, nicknamed her the closer. when she went to the stop, she would close the sale. here tonight she has a task as the opener. >> we have heard from the first lady here tonight. you will hear from savannah tomorrow morning on "today." and we hope you will join us tomorrow evening on "nbc nightly news." another day here at the democratic convention in charlotte. those of you in the east and midwest, your late local news begins now. we hope to see you back here tomorrow. for savannah guthrie, our team, i'm brian williams, nbc news. >> live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news tonight at 11:00 p.m. >> opening night at the democratic national convention. >> fi
this hope in louisville, kentucky. savannah detrick was 16 at the time. she had been drinking heavily with a kbrogroup of friends and passed out. >> i woke up and my bra was missing. >> when i was passed out, they took off my clothes and my bra and they took pictures and then they took off my underwear and took pictures of them penetrating me with their fingers. >> reporter: the pictures would prove to be damning. the 16-year-old boys went to court accused of felony sexual assault. the attorneys of within of the boys argued the records must stay secret but the judge disagreed and released these transcrip transcripts. boy number one saying "we put our fingers in her because we thought it would be funny." he also said i guess she just went to sleep so we carried her upstairs and accidentally dropped her. boy number two was asked if he, too, sexually assaulted the girl. he said yes and she was fine with it. she was fine? how do you know she was fine, said the detective? >> i mean, she could have definitely been like stop, don't do this but she didn't. and a stunning turn of events, the p
of caution. right now democrats are threatening to make this an open-air arena. savannah guthrie and i have moved down to the floor. we have been told we are under threat of confetti cannons, so we'll stay low. the obama daughters, first lady have joined him up on stage. savannah, your initial marks on the speech. >> i think we have just heard the 2012 version of hope and change. i was told by an adviser before this speech that it wasn't going to be about barack obama, it wasn't going to be about mitt romney, it would be about the american people. clearly that's the message. he said it's the american people who brought change and at the end he said it's the american people who give him hope. they promised a lot of things. he is clearly trying to reinspire and energize this base. he needs them to turn out to the polls if he wants to win. >> as we said earlier, a little different on the floor of this convention. if you're used to the closing balloon drop, they weren't ready to do this inside, so we're going to have to settle for a lot of confetti here on the floor. as we watch what's taking p
14th, 2012. >>> from nbc news this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. i'm savannah guthrie and david, as they say in korean -- >> how you doing? >> what language is that? >> i'm david gregory. matt has the morning off. >> you didn't say it. >> probably a good thing. take a look at this crowd. we knew psy's song was popular. this is unbelievable. every day is a philosophy of life, dancing, that's it. >> sunday it's "meet the press" and friday it's invisible horse dance by david gregory. people started camping out on the plaza last night. by 5:00 a.m. that line was down fifth avenue and this morning you'll see what the fuss is about. the korean superstar psy will take to the stage to perform that. we'll try to keep up with the wild dance moves and see what "gangnam style" is all about. everybody is doing their horse dance today. can't stop. >> i was in the dressing room, you know, like practicing this morning. >> you were? >> you'd be right. >> meanwhile, another thing pe
for by nbc-universal television >>> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning. i'm savannah guthrie. we've drawn al roker because we have a plate of bacon right here. >> called in the paramedics because he basicalically passed when he heard there might be a shortage of bacon. experts say that this is a done deal, that because of the brought affecting soybeans and corn, crops, the feed for pigs has dried up, and we're going to be paying a lot of money for bacon a year from now. >> as one member of our crew just said, we better pig out right now. >> do we know which member of the crew that was? >> exactly. a little more pigskin news this morning. >> good one. >> meantime, the firestorm over using replacement firms in the nfl, thus the pigskin reference reaching a fever pitch this morning with the extremely controversial call, a game-deciding call in last night's matchup between seattle and green bay. here's how it went down. packers leading 12-7. seattle tries a
>>> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning. i'm savannah guthrie. we've drawn al roker because we have a plate of bacon right here. >> called in the paramedics because he basicalically passed when he heard there might be a shortage of bacon. experts say that this is a done deal, that because of the brought affecting soybeans and corn, crops, the feed for pigs has dried up, and we're going to be paying a lot of money for bacon a year from now. >> as one member of our crew just said, we better pig out right now. >> do we know which member of the crew that was? >> exactly. a little more pigskin news this morning. >> good one. >> meantime, the firestorm over using replacement firms in the nfl, thus the pigskin reference reaching a fever pitch this morning with the extremely controversial call, a game-deciding call in last night's matchup between seattle and green bay. here's how it went down. packers leading 12-7. seattle tries a hail mary. it appears to be in
morning, i'm mauer. >> good morning. i'm savannah guthrie. >> you were up late. great job in charlotte. it lasted late last night. >> we lappeded about 2:30 a.m. i guess forgive me if i make no sense whatsoever today. >> got an a plane and got back to the show. >> a little foggy. >> speaking of no rest, president obama hitting the campaign trail right away today, new hampshire on the heels of his speech last night. the president made it pretty clear how the campaign sees this. the choice facing voters comes down to two different visions for the future. >> he acknowledged some failings during his first term while arguing he rescued the economy from disaster but the president says he still needs more time to turn things completely around. we're going to have more on his speech and talk to jim cramer this morning about how this morning's job report could impact the race for the presidency straight ahead. >>> also a case we've been following for years, former police officer drew peterson facing up to 60 years behind bars after he was convicted of murdering his third wife. this morning her
prominently into the conversation we aired today with president obama. he sat down with nbc's savannah guthrie, who's here with us in the studio tonight. savannah. >> brian, good evening to you. we spoke with the president over the weekend in milwaukee. i asked him as you mentioned about the teachers strike in chicago which had him walking a fine line in a battle between two of his allies, his former chief of staff, chick mayor rahm emanuel, and the teachers unions he counts on for political support. there was a leading reform advocate who says this shows that there is a new day for democrats. they are no longer kowtowing to the unions. is that how you are see it? >> you know, that's not how i see it. what i see is that all across the country people want results. and i'm a strong believer that the way you get results is to get everybody involved. so it starts at home. parents have to parent and turn off the tv and the video and make sure your kids are doing their homework. it means teachers striving for excellence in the classroom. it was very important for mayor emanuel to say let's step up o
now. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> good evening, i'm savannah guthrie in tonight for brian. there are few things that are guaranteed in presidential elections, but one thing is almost always certain. every four years, the state of ohio will be a battleground, hotly contested for its trove of electoral votes and the way it has of picking the winner. tonight, the candidates are in ohio as the news shows that the win could be slipping away for the republican challenger. ron allen has more. >> reporter: good evening to you, savannah, mitt romney just wrapped up an event here, the third of the day. he has really been trying to pick up the pace, spending more time here in ohio than any other state. at every campaign stop, mitt romney has hit the same theme. i care about you. >> these are tough times, even for families with jobs. i know what it takes to get this economy going again. i care about the people of america. >> reporter: as new polls show ohio slipping away. romney down by ten points in a new poll out this morning, and nearly that in another recent poll. after
in rockefeller plaza and savannah guthrie, live in charlotte, north carolina. >> and welcome to a special split edition of "today" on this thursday morning. good morning, i'm savannah guthrie at the democratic national convention in charlotte. >> and i'm matt lauer in new york. savannah, you look at that implosion video. someone clearly for got to do the old which way was the wind going? meanwhile president obama already had a lot of pressure on him with his speech tonight. now he's got a really tough act to follow after what was an enthusiastic and powerful endorsement from former president bill clinton. >> this was a speech that was supposed to last about 28 minutes. it went on for 48 minutes. that's because he ad libbed quite a bit it have. i'm told by those who worked with him he added back in things that had been taken out for time. the former president vowed the economy would get better in a second term. chelsea clinton was in the audience. hillary clinton was traveling and did not see the speech live but later watched it at the ambassador residence on a computer by a sling box. i was tol
are still the heart of my heart and the center of my world. >> savannah has reaction live from charlotte. >>> scary moments. the newly elected premier of quebec rushed off stage as masked gunman opens fire at a victory rally. this morning at least one person dead, the shooter is under arrest and police are looking for a motive. >>> tennis, anyone? pippa middleton checks out the action at the u.s. open. a trip to new york city that has some wondering if she has a new man in her life today, some wondering if she has a new man in her life today, wednesday, september 5th, 2012. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> and good morning, everyone. welcome to a split edition of "today" on wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> i'm savannah guthrie at the democratic national convention in charlotte. matt, i was on this floor last night when michelle obama spoke. at times she was fiery. at times she seemed to get choked up. in distinctly personal terms, she made the case for why the president deserves four more years. she did not mention mitt romney by name, did not go on attack, that was
are as well. i'm matt lauer alongside al roker, and it's all boys here this morning because savannah is about, what, six blocks from us here at the new york public library kicking off education nation. savannah? there she is. >> good morning. how important reading can be, fun for kids, of course, but also can help them achieve a level playing room inside the classroom and later in life. here with me inside new york's public library some wonderful kids who are going to read a really great book this morning but also ashanty, the award-winning singer, the ambassador of read for the record which is a national campaign to celebrate literacy by breaking the world record for reading the same book on the same day. ashanty, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> tell me how you got involved with jump start, the organization that sponsors read for the record. >> it's a phenomenal program. i'm infatated with kids, love kids, and to give them the opportunity to read first and to find one in winning and succeed in school and being successful, it's like i want to be a part of that so it was a wonderful i
, september 21st, 2012. >>> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >>> good morning. welcome to "today" on friday morning, i'm savannah guthrie. >> i am willie geist in for matt. i am struck on the progression from cookie monster to classical orchestra. the conductor is over there. >> we have al. doesn't he put you in elevated mood? >> calling for more strings. >> they can't see you, al, but that's okay. >> they can't? >> later maybe we'll let you conduct. we will see it live, the whole performance. >>> things are getting testy on the campaign trail. at a forum in miami, president obama acknowledged he couldn't change washington from the inside, and mitt romney was quick to pounce saying the president was throwing in the white flag of surrender on getting things done. we will get reaction from senior adviser to the president's re-election campaign coming in. >>> iphone fans flocking to apple stores across the country to be among the first to own the newest version, savannah, jealous? look what i have. >> is that what
and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. i'm matt lauer. >> good morning. i'm savannah guthrie. sports is still the news. the use of replacement officials, a story that is still dominating the internet and the front pages of newspapers across the country. >> even president obama is voicing his opinion on the call that decided monday's game saying it was "terrible." what will it take to get the real referees back on the field? one of the issues that led to the lockout in the first place and who will blink first. we're going to talk about this in just a couple of minutes with this guy sitting right here, bob castas of nbc sports. >> people are now making videos to express their frustration. ♪ i just met you it was crazy what's his number i'll call it maybe it's hard to call right never replay what's his number i'll call it maybe ♪ >> okay on the plus side it's spawning some creativity. all right. we'll have a little bit more on that part of the story too. >> it just points out the fact they have to
a look at the line for sixth-ranked florida state's game with savannah state tomorrow, we're here to confirm it's not a typo. the 'noles are a 70 1/2-point favorite over savannah state. that makes savannah state the single biggest underdog in the history of college football. and if you think the seminoles have no chance to cover, keep in mind, savannah state lost to oklahoma state last week by the score of 84-0. 84-0. prior to this game, the biggest threat in college football came in 2007 when hawaii was favored by 60 over northern colorado. >>> coming up at the top of the hour on "morning joe," president obama closes the democratic national convention and the campaign heads for the final stretch. so, what did we learn new from the president last night? we'll knock that around with joe, mika and our "morning joe" crew. >>> and when we come back here, we'll huddle around the water cooler where john kerry suggests drago-style, he must break you. a "rocky iv" reference makes its way into the dnc when "way too early" comes right back to charlotte. [ male announcer ] wouldn't it be nic
, barack obama! thank you! god bless you. god bless america! >> first lady michelle obama. savannah and i have relocated to the floor. savannah, that was personal, that was emotional, this crowd was silent. they love her. one of the political writers today said her job was to make the country fall in love with her husband all over again. >> telling this deeply personal story about how much she loves her husband she is trying to remind voters why they like her husband. in 2008, nicknamed her the closer. when she went to the stop, she would close the sale. here tonight she has a task as the opener. >> we have heard from the first lady here tonight. you will hear from savannah tomorrow morning on "today." and we hope you will join us tomorrow evening on "nbc nightly news." another day here at the democratic convention in charlotte. those of you in the east and midwest, your late local news begins now. we hope to see you back here tomorrow. for savannah guthrie, our team, i'm brian williams, nbc news. leading news station this is news 4 at 11:00. >>> an olympic figure skater thrown in jail on
to "today" on a thursday morning. i'm savannah gurthrie. >> and i'm matt lauer. i'd pay to watch. >> i like the free debates. >> it'll be fun. withless than 50 days to go to the election, mitt romney's ramping up his campaign schedule. >> he's hoping to turn the page on the controversy over his leaked remarks that nearly half of americans see themselves as victims. it's the latest in a series of stumbles that have one influential columnist using the word incompetent to describe the romney campaign. we're going to get reaction from the governor's camp straight ahead. >>> also ahead, will a former green beret convicted of murdering his pregnant wife and daughters more than 30 years ago get a new trial? his story was made famous in "fatal vision." today the author of that could testify at a key hearing in this case. we're going to be there live. >>> then a very interesting legal battle. one mother's emotional fight to bring her children back home. kelly rutherford who you know from "gossip girl" is locked in a bitter custody battle with her ex-husband. and a judge ruled their young kids will l
" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. i'm matt lawer. >> good morning, everyone. i'm savannah guthrie. one of those days i'm happy i go to bed at 8:00 p.m. huge storms in new york city. >> you missed the storms. >> i didn't hear a thing. >> man did, it rain. heavy downpours, intense winds. as we said, the damage stretches all the way up and down the east coast. in georgia conditions were so bad that a corporate jet hydroplaned and then crashed after landing on a rain-soaked runway. al is going to have much more on the storms and where they are now straight ahead. >> all right. also ahead, new concerns this morning over the safety of rice products, including baby cereal. do they contain dangerous levels of arsenic? we'll reveal the results of some testing done by both "consumer reports" and the fda that some experts are calling troubling. >>> and a little later on, how is giuliana rancic adjusting to life as a brand new mom following her long and trying journey to paren
. >> fall will be there at 10:49. i'm savannah guthrie and willie geist in for matt and al roker. are robert pattinson and kristen stewart really getting back together >> i hope so. >> when will we have answers? >> america wants to know, and who will walk away with emmy statues this weekend. fierce competition among us. all have different opinions. >> yes, we do. >> talk about that in different minutes. >> and the great escape. fall is here as al said. if you want to go out and look at leaves, maybe that's your thing. easy weekend getaways, head to a sunny beach before it gets too cold. some affordable ideas for you. >> and some parenthood frustrations. your kids may have annoying or even embarrassing habits. how to break them before they become a little too engrained. of course, kids probably think we have some embarrassing habits. >> tell al about what happened with your daughter. >> sure. >> back-to-school night last night, kindergartner. every morning they go up to the board, a smart board where can you touch the screen. >> sure. >> to learn the day's weather what. comes up, a huge pictu
lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1 oac at rockefeller plaza. >>> good morning. welcome to "today" on tuesday morning. i'm savannah guthrie. >> and i'm matt lauer. services to remember the worst terror attack on this nation are being held all around the country today. >> that's right. more on those services coming up as well as a remarkable survivor story from the world trade center. we'll talk to a man who rode down a pile of debris for more than 15 floors in the north tower before being rescued. he is sharing that story for the first time in an exclusive interview this morning. >> all right. look forward to that. meanwhile, it's another frustrating day for parents out in chicago this morning where teachers are back on the picket lines in the nation's third largest school district. >> have to imagine they are feeling the heat in chicago. monday's negotiations failed to end that strike, so representatives from the union and school district will be back at it today. we're going to have the latest from chicago straight ahead. >>> also, some important information if you're
of the here's savannah. >> thank you. now to presidential politics and the election less than two months away. mitt romney heads to the battleground state of ohio today and president obama stays close to home. >> reporter: look, with both conventions now behind us, it's a 57-day sprint through nine states, and in this post-convention period, while both campaigns acknowledge the president is ahead, the question is how significant is that lead? >> and i have really two months to be able to convince people i can do a better job than the incumbent. >> reporter: on "meet the press," mitt romney shed new light on several of his positions, like the auto bailout where he tried to sound like he had the same stance as the obama/biden position. >> i said let them go into bankruptcy, help them come out but let them go in, and i don't think most americans know that gm went bankrupt. >> reporter: and romney clarified his opposition to obama care saying he'd keep some of the laws most popular features. >> there are a number of things that i like in health care reform that i'm going to put in place. one is t
, 2012. nbc-universal television >>> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >>> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. i'm matt lawer. >> good morning, everyone. i'm savannah guthrie. i know you watched the emmys mostly for the fashion, but were you rooting for any particular show? >> i missed most of the emmys, i have to be honest. i know you're happeny. >> love "downton abbey" and "mad men," one of the fans, kind of got shut out. >> more on the emmys coming up. also a live report from lester holt in kabul, afghanistan, on an increasingly tense situation for american troops there, and as we said, we'll talk to former british prime minister tony blair. it's nice to have him in the studio. >> also, as we all know, you can waste a lot of time on the internet, but every now and then something really grabsur attention and tugs at your heart strings. this love story follows two high school sweet hearts through the highs and lows of their relationship and peel all around the world are taking notice and th
in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today." i'm savannah guthrie. >> i am willie geist. there are a lot of questions about the deadly workplace shooting in minneapolis. >> it happened at a sign making business, the founder among the victims. the shooter dead from a self inflicted gunshot wound. we will get the latest in a live report straight ahead. >>> also, a look to next week's first presidential debate. will it be make or break for mitt romney? the political dream team, brokaw, gregory, todd here to weigh in. >> thirst, remember the guinness world attempt for the most pullups in 24 hours. there has been a significant development overnight. we will talk to david coming up. >>> we want to begin with the deadly shooting at a business in minneapolis. kevin tibbles is there. good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, witnesses say the alleged 36-year-old gunman may have lost his job here at the accent sign company sometime yesterday morning. he then turned a quiet afternoon tragic, opening fire on fellow employees. by the time he was done, five people were dead, including the shooter wh
" on a monday morning. i'm matt lawer. >> good morning, everyone. i'm savannah guthrie. that wave of anti-american violence keeps spreading this morning with protests now in at least 20 countries. >> the latest demonstrations overnight in afghanistan, pakistan and indonesia, these were all sparked by an internet movie that ridicules the islamic faith. this morning we're going to get some unique perspective on what's going on from salman rushdie who faced a similar backlash to his fictional book "the satanic verses" some 23 years ago. >>> also, new details on a case that gripped the nation in the '70s. you'll probably remember it. a former green beret and doctor convicted of killing his pregnant wife and their two daughters. jeffrey macdonald's story was made famous by the best selling book and tv movie "fatal vision." for 42 years he has maintained his innocence and is now hoping new dna evidence can clear his name. we'll have more on that story. >>> on a much, much lighter note. it was a big weekend for korean pop sensation psy following his live performance on the plaza on friday. i lea
, september 14, 2012.3 c1 welcome on a friday morning. i'm savannah guthrie. i'm here with david gregory. >> how you doin? >>> i'm david gregory matt has the morning off. this is unbelievable. i know. sunday on "meet the press," is this a horse dance by david gregory. people started camping out by 5:00 a.m. the line is down to fifth avenue, down several blocks. the superstar psy will take to the stage and perform that. the wild dance moves gangham-style. everyone is doing the horse dance today. we can't stop. i was in the dressing room like practicing this all morning. >> you were. >> you'd be right. >> meanwhile, another thing, pre-orders start for the iphone 5. the hitch is that it comes with a new charger. was that really necessary? we'll find out what you're supposed to do with your old connectors. people everywhere saying what are we going do? >> you do sound bitter. the horse dance will cheer you up. >> exactly. >> we have serious news to get to. we'll begin in the middle east and the ongoing violence there. arrests have been made in connection with tuesday's deadly attack on the u
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